Taking Action Against Menstrual Inequality

Taking Action Against Menstrual Inequality

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Adelaide girls Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshall are the Co-Founders and Co-Directors of Taboo, a new company selling pads and tampons to Australians.

But what sets them apart? All of the profits go toward helping the lives of women who don’t have access to proper menstrual health care and education.

I found out about Taboo on Instagram a little while ago and was fascinated (as I’m sure you are too), and became even more so upon discovering the girls only graduated high school in 2016!

Between the two of them, with the help of their volunteers, they are running this enterprise amongst their university studies!

Taboo will be selling regular pads and tampons to begin with, all made from 100% organic cotton, so no nasty chemicals in your vagina!

Also, their products will be sold as a subscription service, which means no forgetting to pick up a packet of tampons and starting your period with nothing on hand!

I sat down with Eloise to find out more about Taboo; how it started, how it works and how we can help.

You can listen to our chat right here:

What these girls have achieved in such a short period of time is incredible, and such an inspiration to other young women (myself included).

They’re so passionate about what they’re doing and are really showing that there are no limits to what you can achieve if you dedicate your soul to it.

So whether you’re a pads or tampons kinda person, make sure you start your subscription with Taboo when they launch in January 2019!

In the mean time you can find out more and purchase their merchandise at tabooau.co and follow them on Instagram @taboosanitaryproducts

Love,

Mal xx

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